Jeff Frooman

Associate Professor

PhD (University of Pittsburgh)

Business Administration, Faculty of

Carleton Hall 206

Fredericton

frooman@unb.ca
1 506 451 6911



Jeff Frooman joined the Faculty of Business Administration in 2007. He is a member of the Finance Area and also is a member of the Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts. He teaches Priniciples of Finance and Business Ethics in the BBA program.

Jeff was formerly employed by the Faculty of Business at UNB Saint John. His research and teaching interests include stakeholder theory, business ethics, and business and the natural environment.

Conferences and presentations

Translucency and Morality: An Empirical Test of Moral Dispositions. Best Paper Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 35th Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, 2007. (with M. Mendelson and R. Moir).

Translucency and Morality: Can We Tell If Someone is Disposed to be Moral? Society for Business Ethics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 2006. (with M. Mendelson).

The Issue Network: Reshaping the Stakeholder Model. Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, 2006.

Perceptions of leadership as a Determinant of Legitimate and Illegitimate Use of Sick Leave." Best Paper Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, 34th Annual Meeting, Banff, Alberta, 2006. (with M. Mendelson and K. Murphy).